watermark

  1. a line marking the level reached by a body of water
  2. a distinguishing mark impressed on paper during manufacture; visible when paper is held up to the light

Watermark

[data synchronization] Watermark describes an object of a predefined format which provides a point of reference for two systems/datasets attempting to establish delta/incremental synchronization; any object in the queried data source which was created, modified/changed, and/or deleted after the watermark value was established will be qualif...
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Watermark

A distinctive design created in paper at the time of manufacture that can be easily seen by holding the paper up to a light.
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watermark

Design formed by differing thickness of paper during production; often used as security device in paper money.
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watermark

[n] - a distinguishing mark impressed on paper during manufacture
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Watermark

(In topic `Knowledge, Document, Workflow & Content Management`) Watermark Software`s Windows-based application that integrates scanned paper documents with e-mail and databases.
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Watermark

Translucent logo in paper created during manufacturing by slight embossing from a dandy roll while paper is still approximately 90 percent water.
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Watermark

A faint design made in some paper during manufacture, visible when held against the light, identifying the maker
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Watermark

A watermark is a design which is impressed into the paper when it is formed on the wire of the paper making machine. The design is carried by the dandy roll and is slightly proud of its surface. The slight pressure which is applied reduces the thickness of the paper, and when dry shows through, because it is less opaque.
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Watermark

An image or mark in a sheet of paper visible when viewed by transmitted light. It is created using a pattern of wire sewn into the mould on which the sheet of pulp is dried; the paper which settles above the wires is thinner, and so more translucent. The image usually represents the papermaker's trademark design or logo, sometimes with a name, init...
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Watermark

Bits altered within an image to create a pattern which indicates proof of ownership. Unauthorized use of a watermarked image can then be traced.
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Watermark

Wa'ter¬∑mark` noun 1. A mark indicating the height to which water has risen, or at which it has stood; the usual limit of high or low water. 2. A letter, device, or the like, wrought into paper during the process of manufacture. » 'The watermark in paper is produced by bending the...
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watermark

<botany> A line on vegetation or other upright structures that represents the maximum height reached in an inundation (flooding) event. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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watermark

noun a distinguishing mark impressed on paper during manufacture; visible when paper is held up to the light
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watermark

noun a line marking the level reached by a body of water
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Watermark

• (n.) A mark indicating the height to which water has risen, or at which it has stood; the usual limit of high or low water. • (n.) A letter, device, or the like, wrought into paper during the process of manufacture. • (n.) See Water line, 2.
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watermark

design produced by creating a variation in the thickness of paper fibre during the wet-paper phase of papermaking. This design is clearly visible ... [1 related articles]
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Watermark

Bits altered within an image to create a pattern which indicates proof of ownership. Unauthorized use of a watermarked image can then be traced
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watermark

A deliberate design or pattern in paper which is visible when viewed by transmitted light or against a contrasting background, made by a dandy roll at the wet end of the papermaking machine.
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Watermark

Distinctive design created in paper during manufacture.
Found on http://www.e-printing.co.uk/glossary.htm

watermark

watermark: see paper.
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Watermark

[data file] A watermark stored in a data file refers to a method for ensuring data integrity which combines aspects of data hashing and digital watermarking. Both are useful for tamper detection, though each has its own advantages and disadvantages. == Data hashing == A typical data hash will process an input file to produce an alphanumeric...
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Watermark

A watermark is a recognizable image or pattern in paper that appears as various shades of lightness/darkness when viewed by transmitted light (or when viewed by reflected light, atop a dark background), caused by thickness or density variations in the paper. Watermarks have been used on postage stamps, currency, and other government documents to d...
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watermark

Translucent letters or a design in a sheet of paper. Usually can be seen only by holding the sheet to the light.
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Watermark

A translucent logo that is embossed during the papermaking process while the paper slurry is on the dandy roll. Reference, dandy roll
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